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Paying as you go is a great option for casual or infrequent users of the toll roads. 

Pay & Go

Pay for a toll or multiple tolls on a single toll road. You can purchase up to 10 tolls per toll road in one transaction.

Pay & Go is toll road and vehicle specific. If you’re going to be frequently travelling on multiple toll roads or have more than one vehicle, an account may be your best option.

Payment methods

Debit or credit card

Use your Visa or Mastercard to buy or pay a Pay & Go toll(external link).

POLi

If you have internet banking, then you can buy or pay a Pay & Go toll(external link) using the POLi payments service.

Check the list of customer supported banks on the POLi website(external link)

Note: POLi is not available for business internet banking customers.

Cash

If you prefer to pay in cash (or by debit/credit card) you can pay your tolls at selected service stations (a transaction fee of $1.20 per transaction will apply).

Find a service station where you can pay a Pay & Go toll

Our list of Pay & Go locations is currently being updated to ensure we provide you with the most up-to-date, correct location information - please check back in a few weeks' time.

 

Service stations

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